Tensor Installs Heatset Press At Prolific Web In Canada
Press release from the issuing company
WOODRIDGE, IL (November 2, 2005) - Tensor Group, Inc. has installed its first heatset press in Canada at Prolific Web, located in Winnipeg, Canada.
Prolific Web recently purchased an additional four (4) Tensor T-1400 units to add onto their existing Tensor pressline, converting their 2-highs into 4-high towers. The units are equipped with Tensor remote motorization and a full helical gear train allowing the units to run at 40,000 IPH.
The heavy-duty H-50 jaw folder includes a commercial quarter folder, double parallel, crosshead perforator, ring perforator, double under folder leads and former air with blower. The H-50 has proven to work well with other brands of web presses, making it an excellent add-on to any existing pressline.
Prolific Web has been successfully operating their existing Tensor pressline and producing commercial newspapers and flyers as well as high-quality trader publications since 2002. The increased demand for high-quality 4-color work sparked the need for Prolific to add-on to their existing pressline. The heatset addition and the double parallel on the folder where needed to accommodate more commercial book work and other niche-type commercial products.
Tensor Group, Inc. is a privately held manufacturer of single width web offset press equipment for commercial, insert and newspaper markets worldwide. Over 1600 units have been successfully installed in more than 23 countries since its inception in 1993. For additional information on Tensor equipment, visit the website at www.ustensor.com or call the corporate office at 630-739-9600.
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